I have wanted to travel overseas since I sat in my neighbour’s basement, at eight-years-old, watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie.
Since that day, I have badgered my family members every time an international travel opportunity presented itself. […]
On his way to catch a flight to New York City, Canadian-raised international supermodel Adonis Bosso calls me to chat about the release of his first independent single, “Jungle.”
He describes the song as social commentary on life, as the 27-year-old has experienced it. “I feel like life is a jungle. It’s kind of about my time in New York, trying to make it, trying to make a name for myself,” says Bosso. […]
When I was a child, clothing simply kept me warm. As I grew up, clothing helped me bridge the gap between awkward child and somewhat trendy teenager. Come high school, fashion had become a fascination of mine.
It allowed me to create my own style, a sense of individuality, an identity. […]
The day of his high school graduation, in El Paso, Tex., Khalid Robinson got more than just a diploma; Kylie Jenner played his song “Location” in one of her Snapchats, and the rest is slowly becoming history.
“Minutes before I’m getting ready to walk, I’m checking Snapchat and I see she typed ‘Khalid,’ ‘Location’ in the box,” the 19 year-old recalls. “All throughout my life, it was always a whole bunch of people telling me that I can’t do something. All these people were like ‘Don’t reach for your dreams, reach for something that you can settle with’ — and I thought that that was bulls–t.” […]
Thrift finds from Budapest, custom Galliano and archival Dior: all in a day’s work when your leading lady is Charlize Theron.
“It’s great when they are trying to find the character with you,” says costume designer Cindy Evans, about working with Theron and her costar Sofia Boutella in the spy movie “Atomic Blonde,” out today. “That’s really what a costume designer is there to do: help the actor find the character.” […]
“At some point, I don’t know if I was in a dream state or what, but I was just really fascinated by this idea of a guy who is the only person to have ever seen a TV show, and nobody else has seen it,” said “Saturday Night Live’s” Kyle Mooney about cowriting and starring in “Brigsby Bear.”
The film follows James Pope, a middle-aged man who was abducted as a baby and has fostered an obsession with a childhood show, shot by one of his captors and starring a crime-fighting bear known as “Brigsby Bear.” After James is rescued from his captors’ bunker, he sets out to find an ending for the show and make an extremely late transition into adulthood. […]
“Well, it’s always a little bit easier for me, just because it’s one less actor to direct,” says Jason Bateman, director and star of Netflix‘s new drama series “Ozark.” “I really enjoy it because it lets me have two hands on the wheel — one in front, one behind.”
“Ozark” is a dark drama that follows the life of the Byrde family as they move from Chicago to Missouri’s isolated Ozarks in order to escape persecution at the hands of a cartel leader who threatens them due to their father’s shady business dealings. In order to keep his family safe, Marty Byrde, played by Bateman, must launder the kingpin’s money, which proves to be quite challenging. The series begins with the foreboding phrase, “Money is a measure of a person’s choices.” […]
Lana Del Rey has made a name for herself as a goddess of melancholy lyrics matched with slinky, sultry vocals; her latest album “Lust For Life,” released today, features collaborations with artists including Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks, The Weeknd, A$AP Rocky and Sean Lennon. Del Rey will take the album on the road this weekend when she begins her European tour in Paris on Sunday.
In addition to the music, along the way Del Rey’s nostalgic performance and red carpet looks have caught the attention of the fashion crowd. Here, a look at her standout moments. […]
“Normally, when you’re talking to comedy writers, the first thing out of their mouths isn’t, ‘We want the clothes to be aspirational and fashionable,’” says costume designer Jacqueline Demeterio, who was tasked with just that for bringing to life the new Netflix series “Friends From College.”
The series stars Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon, Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, Jae Suh Park, Fred Savage and Billy Eichner as — you guessed it — a collection of friends who find themselves reunited after several years. […]
The crowd celebrated the premiere afterward at Bagatelle New York.
“It’s always difficult to put on a new hat,” Demi Moore declared at the New York premiere of “Blind” on Monday night. “I think the great thing about having Alec, Dylan and I is that we’ve done a lot, and it was super collaborative. We could all bring everything to the table, and he was open enough to receive anything that we had to offer.” […]
Over the past week, I have been asked to curate and compose several galleries of some of New York City’s most influential and glamorous fashionistas. Keep reading to view them all!
First, Ruth Negga is an Ethiopian actress that has worked on such films as “Warcraft: The Beginning,” “Loving” and “World War Z.” […]
Though the annual Young Members party at the Metropolitian Museum of Art’s target audience is art amateurs between the ages of 21 and 35, much like last year, the event saw quite a few older members that managed to score an invite.
Apparently, the allure of sipping on a peach mule or a glass of rosé in the throes of summer is too tempting to resist. […]
On her 50th birthday, take a look through Nicole Kidman’s best red carpet moments, as well as her style evolution since she entered the spotlight.
I curated a gallery of some 32 of her most timeless looks from 1985 to present for WWD. […]
“For me — Lord knows, for every artist struggling in New York — it’s not about the money,” said influencer Tk Wonder, seemingly without irony. “It’s about the love.”
On Thursday evening, W Magazine partnered with AG and took to the newly opened roof of the Public Hotel to advertise its spin-off Instagram account @whoswho, a page dedicated to feeds the magazine thinks readers should follow. […]
On Thursday night, the Brooklyn Academy of Music kicked off this year’s BAMCinemaFest with a screening for the thriller “Gemini,” starring Zoë Kravitz as a Hollywood starlet whose mysterious death sparks an investigation by her personal assistant, played by Lola Kirke, in efforts to clear her own name.
“I mean, she’s an assistant — and a Hollywood assistant at that — so she spends a lot of time taking care of other people,” Kirke said of the character. […]
It is difficult to believe that Sofia Boutella could ever play a monster, because she is anything but frightening.
The actress was holding court on the terrace at Saks Fifth Avenue on Wednesday evening, helping the retailer celebrate its “The Mummy” inspired window display. Boutella – the mummy, herself – walked the red carpet in a taupe sequin, floor-length Rodarte gown, golden stilettos and pink-tinted sunglasses. Upon being told that she is becoming quite the fashion icon, Boutella let out a humbling, “Really?” […]
Kit King starts her mornings with a hearty dose of social media and a side of relentless emails.
King is a fine art, oil painter that specializes in contemporary realism. Most days, before her brush touches the canvas, her husband usually joins her in the studio. He is also a painter. […]
Red Bull’s Crashed Ice world championship finale is taking place next to the Fairmont Chateau Laurier on March 3 and 4, and Jacqueline Legere of Brantford, Ont. — currently second in world rankings — could take home the gold for Canada.
“I never really expected to be doing something like this,” she wrote via Facebook. “To travel worldwide representing your country is something to be very proud of.” […]
OTTAWA – Men dressed in tutus will be prancing through the National Arts Centre on Feb. 17.
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo is a group of dancers founded in 1974 that parodies classic ballets by featuring men in the roles traditionally played by women. Still, the dancers are all classically trained in traditional ballet. […]
The Vanitea Room is a self-proclaimed tea salon and European-style eatery found at 551 Somerset St. W. Salon owner Hind Mubarak said the next step for her business is going digital with an e-boutique set to launch on March 17.
“It will be a collection of all the retail products that we support from across the country,” Mubarak said. […]